When did Roy Campanella become a catcher for the Giants?

Answer Roy Campenella began catching for his hometown semi-pro team, the Bacharach Giants in Philadelphia, in 1937. Due to his exceptional play with the Giants, the Baltimore Elite Giants of the Negro Nat... Read More »

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Is Roy Campanella still alive?

Baseball Hall of Famer Roy Campanella passed away on June 26, 1993, in Woodland Hills, California. In ten seasons as catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1940s and 50s, Campanella won three Nati... Read More »

The Catcher in the Rye why does holden want to be the catcher in the rye?

Holden Caulfield wants to the catcher in rye simply because he understands his own mental as well as social predicament that he suffers from and he wants to protect other children from such traumas... Read More »

How to Make a Bug and Bee Catcher?

If you are curious about bugs and bees, or know someone who is, there is a safe and humane way to catch them for observation. You can make a bug and bee catcher with common household items and a fe... Read More »

Dog Catcher: The Job Benefits?

Dog catchers, more properly referred to as "animal control officers," are law enforcement officials responsible for regulating the conduct and treatment of certain types of animals, such as househo... Read More »